One of the big uses for FTP clients like CuteFTP Home is updating Web sites. CuteFTP Home makes this job even easier by having
an HTML editor built right in. You can create new HTML files, edit existing ones, and update your Web site on the fly. CuteFTP Home makes the whole process easier by having all you need in one place.
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Hi, this is Mike Callaghan, doctor file finder. Welcome to part four of our special butterscotch.com five part series on CuteFTP home. On this segment, I'm going to take a look at the HTML that’s built right into CuteFTP home. I just got a handy feature and it's not found in a lot of other FTP client. So we’ll click on tools, HTML editor, you'll see it opens up right over here. I have an HTML file that I've put here. So we’ll click file, open. Now, I should point out that if you wanted, you could do your HTML right in here and then save it as a new file. But, a neat feature is that you can save file, open file. We will select the HTML file. Now I could go in and edit my webpage, make changes then save it and then upload it back to my site and I’d be all done, all in one spot which is really a convenient feature. So, having a built-in HTML editor in CuteFTP is a real plus. You see here two if you want, you can click new FTP site or SSL site or new HTML document and then it opens up a ne one. When you want to leave it, you can just right click, save file, close and you're back in the web directory where we started. So, that’s the HTML editor in CuteFTP home and that concludes part four.